Get a ray-tracing laptop for a bargain price at Newegg right now with this cheap gaming laptop deal

Get a ray-tracing laptop for a bargain price at Newegg right now with this cheap gaming laptop deal
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Now, this is a genuinely awesome cheap gaming laptop deal. If you've been after something that crams as much as is possible into a laptop for below the four-figure mark, then this laptop deal is up there with the best you can get for that price tag. This ASUS laptop offers an immediate way into ray-tracing gaming and has some beefy specs to support that premium graphics card - something hitherto as rare as a unicorn. Thus, this laptop deal at Newegg is great value - but don't delay as it ends at the end of the day on Friday (PT).

For what it's worth if you're looking for a home or work laptop at the moment you may as well go for a gaming one, we think: their capabilities are excellent; they're pretty future proof; have great component makeups offering more versatility; and represent great value for money. This - and one other - laptop deal is included in Newegg's broader selection of daily, regular and ongoing deals, by the way so it's worth a poke around there to see if there's anything that tickles your fancy.

The main laptop deal in question is on an ASUS TUF 15.6-inch model. This has an RTX 2060 graphics card, a Ryzen R7-3750H processor, 16GB of RAM, and a 512GB SSD - it's discounted by a massive $310 (23%!) and is down to just $999.99 right now. That is probably one of the top sets of components you can get for under $1000, anywhere. However, remember that this deal ends Friday (midnight PT).

This deal proves that with patience, luck and some trawling around retailers, it is possible to get a quality cheap gaming laptop deal under $1000. On top of that, and because of the value that they offer, both these machines would give the best gaming laptops a run for their money.

If you have a bit more budget to play with, and like the look of the latest 10th generation of Intel processors - so bagging some extra future proof-ness - you could go for this MSI GL64 laptop which is priced at $1,299.99. It's not listed as having discount per se, but the value it offers, with one of the very latest gaming components thrown in, is undeniable. It has an Intel i7-10750H processor, an RTX 2060 GPU, 16GB of RAM, and offers larger storage with a 1TB HDD + 512GB SSD. 

Cheap gaming laptop deals

ASUS TUF FX505DV-NH74 gaming laptop | 15.6" 1080p | AMD R7-3750H | RTX 2060 | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | only $999.99 at NeweggFriday

ASUS TUF FX505DV-NH74 gaming laptop | 15.6" 1080p | AMD R7-3750H | RTX 2060 | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | only $999.99 at Newegg
As gaming laptops for less than a grand go, this ASUS one offering ray-tracing graphics and a great set of complementary components is one of the best we've seen. Remember this is a timed deal, however, so you only have until the end of this coming Friday to take advantage of the massive $300 saving.


MSI GL65 Leopard gaming laptop | 15.6" 1080p | Intel i7-10750H | RTX 2060 | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD + 1TB HDD | just $1,299.99 at Newegg
A bit more expensive, but this represents great value for a gaming laptop that can give you all the ray-tracing goodness you need. With $200 off its price, this represents a fair step up from the deal above.

More cheap gaming laptop deals:
Newegg | Dell | Amazon | Adorama | B&H Photo | Microsoft

While we did receive word that Nvidia would be leading a charge to get ray-tracing laptops for under $1000 this year, it's still a bit rare to see one dip below that mark, particularly with such a good range of supporting components.

If you're on the hunt for a gaming laptop but are not sure what the step up to ray-tracing means then check out this handy ray-tracing guide to the tech and what it means for games.

If you prefer your machines to be static, then check out the best gaming PCs going. And if you're in need of a bigger screen, one of the best gaming monitors will prove a great companion to your new laptop. And don't forget the best antivirus software!

Rob Dwiar

Rob is the Deputy Editor of sister site, TechRadar Gaming, and has been in the games and tech industry for years. Prior to a recent stint as Gaming Editor at WePC, Rob was the Commissioning Editor for Hardware at GamesRadar+, and was on the hardware team for more than four years, since its inception in late 2018. He is also a writer on games and has had work published over the last six years or so at the likes of Eurogamer, RPS, PCGN, and more. He is also a qualified landscape and garden designer, so does that in his spare time, while he is also an expert on the virtual landscapes and environments of games and loves to write about them too, including in an upcoming book on the topic!